The rise of mobile browsing means people are using devices with smaller screens with no room for clunky banner ads. Yahoo is ditching banner ads completely by encouraging marketers to buy "Stream ads"--a term the company uses for their native ad placements.
WhatsApp users who switched to Telegram may well have done so just to shut Facebook out.
SAN FRANCISCO--Close to half of IT security pros said their firms do not have a cloud app policy, while 17 percent said they are unaware of their firm's cloud app policy, opening up enterprises to security risks from unmonitored cloud apps.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Feb. 25, including where Facebook gets it's referrals from, future destinations for BBM, the movement to reducing device subsidies, an entrepreneur's new wirelss connection technology and what obstacles still stand in the way of small cells.
Check out the hottest mobile IT news for Feb. 20, including Facebooks multibillion dollar deal for WhatsApp, Bluebox's solution for mobile app security, AT&T's expansion to workspace management product Toggle, NetMotion Wireless' international vision and Google's ground rules for Glass users.
Companies not in the big data game now need to realize that it's not just their direct competitors they need to worry about--but a shift in total market ownership.
Think about what else Facebook is likely tracking without your permission and awareness. It shouldn't take you more than a few moments to figure out that Facebook has no love for its users.
The use of social media has exploded over the last few years. Facebook alone has more than 1.2 billion users. Social media is increasingly being used as an enterprise communication and marketing...
The hottest mobile IT news for Feb. 13, including smartphone sales vs. feature phone sales, Facebook's crackdown on mobile ad partners, the utilization of airline mobile commerce, the importance of wiping company data on perconal phones and spectrum-sharing with mobile operators.
The Syrian Electronic Army has been busy lately. The hacker group, which claims allegiance to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, compromised Microsoft's Twitter account, Xbox Support site and the Official Microsoft blog, as well as Facebook's Whois domain record data, reports Mashable.